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New Releases: March 28, 2006

Here’s our rundown of what’s new and noteworthy in record stores this week.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Show Your Bones (Interscope)
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ (read more) darker, more personal follow-up to 2003’s Fever to Tell drops this week. Show Your Bones features tracks including the single “Gold Lion,” as well as “Dudley,” “Cheated Hearts,” and “Warrior.”
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Ghostface Killah, Fishscale (Def Jam)
Despite some serious delays, Ghostface pulled in massive crowds for his SXSW sets where he performed material from his new album, Fishscale, which drops today. The 24-track album features the single “Back Like That” (feat. Ne-Yo), as well as appearances by Wu-Tang Clan, Trife, Capadonna and others.
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T.I., King (Atlantic)
T.I. is ready to be worshipped as he releases King, his follow-up to 2004’s Urban Legend. The album boasts collaborations with artists like UKG, Jamie Foxx, Common and Pharrell, while a limited-edition version comes with a DVD.
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Atreyu, A Death-Grip on Yesterday (Victory)
So-Cal hard rock quintet, Atreyu, release the follow-up to their 2004 album, The Curse.
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People in Planes, As Far as the Eye Can See… (Wind-Up)
Though they released an album in 2002 under a different name (Tetra Splendour), British quintet, People in Planes are releasing their debut full-length, As Far as the Eye Can See… under their new moniker this week.
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Bon Jovi, Chronicles (Mercury)
With a career spanning more than two decades, Bon Jovi have acquired some new fans, too young to have bought their first few albums when they were originally released. Maybe that’s why, this week, the Jersey boys are releasing Chronicles, a boxed set that includes two of the band’s classic albums, Bon Jovi and New Jersey, as well as Jon’s solo set, Blaze of Glory.
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